The Bangles singer told her Instagram followers that "getting older is OK"
Susanna Hoffs isn't sweating turning another year older.
The Bangles frontwoman posted to Instagram just a few days after turning 65 to tell her fans that she's not only a little bit older now, but she's also wiser — and she seemed more than happy about all of it. She even did so while completely fresh-faced and makeup-free.
"I’m 65. Time marches on, but it’s all good," she said in her sweet video. "No makeup. It’s gonna be OK, getting older is OK. It really is. Older and wiser.”
If it looks like Hoffs hasn't aged a day since her band's heyday in the 1980s and 1990s, that's because she pretty much hasn't. She further proved that fact just last month when she put on a dress from nearly three decades ago that she found in her closet, reliving a fond moment from yesteryear. Looking at Hoffs in the dress now and in the dress 28 years ago, it was hard to tell the difference between the two scenes.
"This is the dress that I wore a lot," Hoffs said to the camera while showing off the figure-hugging garment in her closet, adding that it felt "funny" to revisit it."
In a fun finish to her Instagram Reel, Hoffs took her nostalgic video a step further by actually putting the dress back on.
“Oh my God, I couldn’t help myself," she gushed after putting on the dress that meant so much to her. "The dress still kinda fits. I’m sucking in my tummy a little bit.”
Hoffs also shared a carousel of photos of herself in the dress a few days prior, including throwback photos alongside recent snaps, writing, "All you need is one good dress!"
The "Manic Monday" singer originally wore the "tried and true" dress for an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, which she showed off in her Instagram Reel. Alongside some still images, she shared video of her band performing in the '90s on TV.
And rather than tuck the dress away never to be seen again after pulling it out to show it off for Instagram, Hoffs kept that faithful little mini in rotation, wearing it again in January and proving that all you need is "one good dress."
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